Red-Breasted Flycatcher determination[order] Passeriformes | [family] Muscicapidae | [latin] Ficedula parva | [UK] Red-Breasted Flycatcher | [FR] Gobemouche nain | [DE] Zwergschnäpper | [ES] Papamoscas Papirrojo | [IT] Pigliamosche pettirosso | [NL] Kleine Vliegenvanger


The influence of male age and phenology on reproductive success of the red-breasted flycatcher (Ficedula parva)
Author(s): Mitrus, C. 2006
Abstract: I studied arrival time, breeding phenology, and breeding success in relation to the age class (second year and older) of male red-breasted flycatchers for six breeding seasons (2000-2005) in the prim val Bialowieza Forest, eastern Poland. Older males..[more]..
Source: Ann. Zool. Fennici 43: 358-365
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Is the later arrival of young male red-breasted flycatchers ( Ficedula parva ) related to their physical condition?
Author(s): Cezary Mitrus
Abstract: Intraspecific variation in the arrival time of migratory birds to breeding grounds is common. Although this phenomenon has been explained in various ways, the condition-dependency of arrival is often evoked. I analyzed the arrival time of male red-br..[more]..
Source: J Ornithol (2007) 148:53-58
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First evidence of phenological change in a transcontinental migrant overwintering in the Indian sub-continent: the Red-breasted Flycatcher Ficedula parva
Author(s): C. Mitrus, T.H. Sparks & P. Tryjanowski
Abstract: We analysed data on the Red-breasted Flycatcher Ficedula parva collected in old- growth, oak-hornbeam stands in the primeval Forest, Poland during 1973- 2002. In this period, the Red-breasted Flycatcher's return to its breeding sites became sig nific..[more]..
Source: Ornis Fennica 82:13-19. 2005
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